Tuesday, May 8, 2012

FeverAll~Review & GA~

As a mom, I’m sure you’ve been there - it’s the middle of the night - sick baby wailing with a fever and you can’t get her to calm down to take a full dose of liquid acetaminophen. Your frustration compounds the situation because all you want to do is help her to feel better. If you had FeverAll® Acetaminophen Suppositories in your medicine cabinet, this situation might play out a bit smoother and your baby would receive the full dose of acetaminophen that she needs to fight fever. 

 FeverAll® is the top national brand of acetaminophen in suppository form. Parents have relied on its accuracy and ease-of-use for more than 30 years.   Did I just say 30 years? Holy cow that is a long time! It obviously has to be trusted then :)    OK,  lets get to the bottom of this (pun intended).  This is a suppository which means it goes up the bum.  When everything and I do mean EVERYTHING comes out the front it creates a hair pulling moment.  With this medicine it is easy to give and will stay there to help reduce fevers and whatever else the little one needs! 

As you can see in the above picture it is a little white container with stuff in it.  Trust me when I say I am a teacher and only stick to boogers and coughs.  I absolutely hate vomit and any form of it is gross.  A long time ago when I was teaching in an inner city school I saw a little girl walking up the stairs from lunch to class as I was taking mine down.  She had her plastic Giant Eagle bag and looked a little green... she tried her hardest to open the bag and puke in it, only to sadly fail! I automatically whipped around and screamed to my class - Against the wall!"  It was the funniest thing because they kept asking where is the cop?  I am from the country so this made my day and actually gave me a little courage to help the sick child to the nurse.  Why am I telling you this?  Because FeverAll also is made for Infants', Children's or Jr. Strength.  

Wait .. where can you buy this wonderful product?  
FeverAll® is available at major retailers and drugstores across the U.S. , such as Rite Aid, Walgreens and Walmart for a suggested retail price of approximately $7.00 for a package of six suppositories.  Learn more about Feverall.

While you are buying your own, enter below to win one!   
You can pick from Infants', Children's or Jr. Strength! 

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  1. when i had mono! i slept for like 18 hours a day!

  2. My little girl had to go into the hospital for like 3 days because she was puking and wouldn't stop. it was horrible.

  3. When my granddaughter was sick a few weeks ago, her fever got to 105.5. Her parents took her to ER. They tested for everything you can think of and called it a "Fever Virus". Crazy your fever goes that high with just a virus. (Guess it was, cause then my grandson got it).
    ~Darlene Arnold
    snacee (at) scottsboro (dot) org

  4. My worst was when I was about 10 years old. I could not stop throwing up for about 4 days in a row. My mom had to take me into the ER and I had to get hooked up to IVs. I was there for 2 days. This all happened around Christmas so I missed out with my family. It was awful.


  5. My baby girl is almost 6 months old and thankfully she hasn't had her first illness yet. I had the flu pretty bad when I was in second grade and I had to miss a whole week of school. I remember being happy that I got white soda since we didn't usually have it in our home. :)

  6. The boys both had horrible horrible flu symptoms that lasted all weekend. What a mess!!

    Maggie Ann True Armstrong
    maggie at pdclarion dot com

  7. My child had a horrible cold and was so sick. All we did all day was sit on the couch and watch cartoons!

    jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

  8. Me being sick WITH my two girls, 1 and 5...not fun!

  9. The worst memory of my little guy being sick was when he had RSV, a respiratory virus. He had to have breathing treatments, we both hated it!

  10. My sister died of cancer.



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